Rockefeller Foundation launches 100 Resilient Cities competition

by | May 15, 2013
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The Rockefeller Foundation recently announced plans for the 100 Resilient Cities competition – an effort to build urban resilience around the world.

In this competition, city government officials and major institutions are able to nominate their city through a formal application process. Selected cities will receive membership in the newly formed 100 Resilient Cities Network, financial support in hiring a Chief Resilience Officer (CRO) and support to create a resilience strategy for the city.

The Resilient Cities Network will provide support to member cities and share new knowledge and best practices. The Chief Resilience Officer (CRO) will oversee development of a resilience strategy for the city, and a resilience plan will include tools and resources for implementation.

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